Associate sociology professor Julie Brines, PHD, told health.com: "People tend to face the holidays with rising expectations, despite what disappointments they may have had in the past. They represent periods in the year when there's the anticipation or the opportunity for a new beginning, a new start, something different, a transition into a new period of life." Unfortunately, she adds, these times don't always live up to expectations, and relationships can be left feeling a bit flat.
Is your relationship suffering the pressure? Divorce doesn't necessarily have to be the answer; sometimes all it takes is a few steps to put the spark back in your relationship. Sometimes it feels like life is too busy, or stressful, to make time for the two of you - but an active sex life is so important, whatever your age.
Studies have shown that sex can help your immune system, improve your bladder control, lower blood pressure and aid sleep. Not to mention the mood-enhancing and weight loss benefits, of course. In case you were wondering, sex definitely counts as exercise!
But if you're not enjoying an active sex life, you're not alone. Maybe you're suffering from a low libido? Feel like you don't fancy your partner as much as you used to? Or perhaps you're worried about sex with a new partner?
Don't fret. We've asked our team of experts, including psychologists,
doctors and sex columnists, for their top sex tips so you can feel
confident again under the covers. And it?s never too late, either. Even
if you've been with your partner for many years, you can still re-ignite
the passion and enjoy an active sex life with these expert sex tips.
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